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God establishes His disciples in His righteousness. We can be established b/c He promises to guard us in His righteousness & keep us secure
Scripture: Isaiah 54:11-54:17
This sermon looks at the second key to passing the affliction test--the corporate key.
Series: Joyful Test Taking
Contributor: Jim Drake (232 sermons shared)
Scripture: James 5:15-5:18
We are not to expect to have life easy & comfortable. Our great expectation is the blessed hope of Jesus' return. That event brings our eternal rewards. We must patiently endure hardships & heartaches until Jesus returns.
God calls us to accept, own and use our thorns to extend His grace to others.
Series: Surviving the Storms of Life
Contributor: Stephen Sheane (96 sermons shared)
We tend to pray in a panic, when we could have prayed in preparation. Our prayer must also be responsible, accepting our own measure of responsibility.
Contributor: Joseph Smith (870 sermons shared)
Scripture: 1 Kings 3:3-3:14
These people were only a few years out of the despair that failure brings but they were repentant & becoming obedient. So God gives them the assurance that He has responded to their repentance & obedience & has purposed a time of blessing.
Scripture: Zechariah 8:9-8:17
Jesus is in the house. He can restore all by faith in His name. We all need cleansed by His blood.
Contributor: Allan Kircher (132 sermons shared)
Scripture: Mark 2:1-3:1
What do we do when we find ourselves out of our comfort zone as a result of following God?
Contributor: Kevin L. Jones (107 sermons shared)
Scripture: 1 Kings 1:7
The more the power of God in your life, the more the enemies that will battle you. The greater the anointing, the greater the warfare. The brighter your destiny, the harsher your attackers.
Contributor: Daniel Olukoya (231 sermons shared)
Scripture: 1 John 3:8
Those storms in our lives don’t always come from our sin-- in fact, following Christ will lead us directly into the eye of the storm.
Contributor: David Wilson (86 sermons shared)
Scripture: Luke 8:22-8:25